RHS Chelsea 2016

This is the third year that Giles will have a stand at Chelsea (Stand FR329). His show stand garden is being designed and created by Saar Scholtes from the Inchbald School of Design and provides Giles's unique sculptures with the perfect backdrop. Giles has also been commissioned to make a sculpture for The Winton Beauty of Mathematics Garden, designed by Nick Bailey, Head Gardener of the Chelsea Physic Garden. His exciting sculpture is based on the Fibonacci Sequence: a number sequence found in nature and seen in the spiral forms of pinecones, conch shells and pineapples. The resulting metal spirals and spinning water vortex give the piece a real energy and vibrancy, the sense of a living thing, in harmony with nature.